Join us during the free period on Monday, November 18, for Skype on Art with Don Hải Phú Daedalus. Don Hải Phú Daedalus grew up in the shadow of the country's largest public observatory—an area so remote and sparsely populated that it served as the first plutonium-processing plant for the Manhattan Project. His work relates to real-world scenarios, urbanism, and environmentalism. He lives and works in New York City, so it is a great pleasure to be able to speak with him here at Rutgers-Camden. Be sure to stop into Fine Arts room 109 for the presentation!
The photos above are from Don Hải Phú Daedalus’ Prototype #2, River Rat. This was made as a wearable solution to invasive carp in the Illinois waterway. Part defense, part solution for reducing the overpopulation of invasive carp that jump from the water, River Rat is an inexpensive and practical suit made using Football pads with fishing spears, jetski helmet, 3D camera, 50-watt megaphone, media player with sine wave audio track and a fishing net.🐟 #rutgersvmpa #rutgerscamden #skypeonart